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Thank You!!!

Words cannot express the gratitude I feel for the support, generosity, and kindness Horns in Hand received at Friday nights concert. This morning I have the honor of loading these 25 instruments into my car and driving them to Baums Music repair shop. 25 Horns will soon be placed into the hands of children to be used at little or no cost! This is Huge! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to the countless heroes of the knight!

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